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  • How to open protected .eslock file on Windows 7?January 25

    How to open .eslock file on WIndows 7 that has inside zip archive given we know the ES lock encryption password?

  • Es File Explorer forgotten passwordDecember 18

    I have encrypted files with es file explorer and I forgot the password of it. The extension of locked files is .eslock . Is there is any possible way to get the files unlocked. Thanks in advance --------------Solutions------------- There is an app na

  • Dr. Design - From File Extensions to Masked eMailJune 1

    Another month, another waiting room full of patients for Dr. Design. As usual, he takes email address ails, multiple window woes, and the diagnosis of numerous file extensions in his stride- File Extensions – Which is Which? Hey Doctor Design. There

  • The JSP Files - Parts 1 to 8: Tagged and BaggedJune 6

    Welcome to the JSP Files! If you're interested in learning JSP, you've come to the right place! Over the coming weeks you'll find the following comprehensive tutorials available here - so be sure to check back each week to get the latest installment.

  • Flash Script - Load a Text File Into FlashApril 28

    Download the sample files here. 1. Create two textfields. Name the first "text1", and second "text2". 2. Open notepad or any other text editing software, and enter the text below: text1=This is text1 And: text2=This is text2 3. Go to F

  • Build a File Download Script in PerlJune 21

    I have a Website that presents photographs for visitors to download. I used to simply have the files display in the browser window so that visitors could right-click and save them to their computers. However, 2 problems soon became apparent with this

  • Tracking Your Deployed FilesFebruary 20

    -posted by davidjmedlock: If you're not using some sort of version control, you should be. "Why," you ask? "Why not," is my reply. Most of us do not have access to a dedicated ColdFusion server. If you're like me, you have a developer'

  • file uploads and MM documentationAugust 30

    I'm sure by now you've all used the cffile tag to upload a file to your server or to read a file already on your server etc. Chris Cantrell points out a tid bit I'm sure a few of you didn't realize, especially if you follow the ColdFusion docs to the

  • Do you have one or more idea files?February 20

    A key tool in any web designer's or developer's kit should be a set of idea files. These are files filled with great ideas that you see on the Web or in print ads, and can refer to over time. You should have a few files, some hard copies of screen sh

  • Place a Graphic in your Photoshop File

    Place a Graphic in your Photoshop FileOctober 31

    Often you'll want to import existing graphics and artwork into your Photoshop document. A problem for Photoshop? Not at all - in fact, there are several ways you can do this! External graphics can be placed in Photoshop as raster layers or Smart Obje

  • File Not Found? Google Knows Best

    File Not Found? Google Knows BestFebruary 14

    A new feature thrown into the beta 5 release of the Google Toolbar for IE - ignoring a site's 404 page and displaying its own File Not Found page (with links and a Google search bar, of course) - is causing plenty of bloggers to cry foul. Google's Ma

  • Uploading Files Using CGI and Perl Article

    Uploading Files Using CGI and Perl ArticleMarch 14

    Would you like to give your visitors the ability to upload files to your site? Letting them upload content with their Web browsers can be very useful, and fun too! You can let them contribute pictures, sounds and other binary files to your site. And

  • Using JSON for Language-independent Configuration FilesAugust 21

    The growing availability of JSON parsing in server-side frameworks elevates the usefulness of JavaScript beyond client-side programming, to providing base syntax for a generalized data interchange format. Well duh. But a not-immediately-obvious advan

  • Class.forName() loads java file or .class file?

    Class.forName() loads java file or .class file? August 29

    I am getting a NoClassDefFoundError when I run my Java application. What is typically the cause of this? --------------Solutions------------- This is caused when there is a class file that your code depends on and it is present at compile time but no

  • Why would my zipped file be the same size as the uncompressed files? August 30

    A 398MB directory was only compressed to 393MB using 7Z and Normal ZIP compression. Is this normal? If so, why do people continue to use ZIP on Windows? --------------Solutions------------- If you're compressing things that are already compressed (AV

  • Can you configure Windows to open JAR files like ZIP files without a 3rd party tool?September 12

    I'd like to be able to examine the contents of a JAR file without having to install Winzip or some other tool and without having to rename the file. Windows Explorer can open ZIP files just fine; is there some registry setting I can use to let it tre

  • How do I embed an Adobe Flash (.swf) file in Excel or Word?September 15

    How do I embed an Adobe Flash (.swf) file in Microsoft Excel or Word? --------------Solutions------------- Using Office XP, Excel or Word From the 'View' menu select 'Toolbars' and tick the 'Control Toolbox' On the 'Control Toolbox' toolbar click on

  • Create dump file only from some SQLite tables September 16

    How do I dump the data, and only the data, not the schema, of some SQLite3 tables of a database (not all the tables)? The dump should be in SQL format, as it should be easily re-entered into the database later and should be done from the command line

  • Is there a Windows command-line tool to set ID3 tags on an MP3 file? September 19

    I am looking for a command-line tool for Windows that will allow me to set the ID3 tags on an MP3 file. For example, something like this would be ideal: C:\> setID3.exe myfile.mp3 -artist "The Smashing Pumpkins" -album "Siamese Dream&quo

  • Insert the name of file inside the file September 24

    Given a string file path such as "/foo/fizzbuzz.bar", how would I use bash to extract just the "fizzbuzz" portion of said string? --------------Solutions------------- Here's how to do it with the # and % operators in Bash. $ x="/f

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